Emily Henry

Lessons from the Annual Lectures: Emily Henry’s view

by Emily Henry

Emily Henry, also a winner, says that the Annual Lectures was full of inspiring, thought-provoking insights into what fundraising is currently, where it is going and how it can improve. If you were one of the unfortunate souls who missed this event, she lists here her top 10 lessons – the ones you just have to know!

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What’s next in fundraising?

by Emily Henry

Recently SOFII and The Agitator joined forces with Revolutionise to identify, foster and develop new journalistic talent in fundraising. We offered five free places for the 2014 Annual Lectures at the Royal Institution in London to aspiring fundraising writers, who each had to submit a short piece on the theme of ‘what’s next in fundraising?’ The standard of writing and range of approaches to tackling the topic were very impressive and made the task of choosing the best five articles very difficult. Here’s one of the winning entries from Emily Henry.

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About the author

Emily Henry is an American living in The Netherlands. She is a recent graduate of Webster University, Leiden with a Master’s degree in International Non-Governmental Organisations. She is passionate about empowering marginalised populations through social entrepreneurship and the development of sustainable solutions to social problems.

Currently, she is an intern at Child and Youth Finance International, an INGO that leads the world’s largest movement dedicated to enhancing the financial capabilities of children and youth with the goal of reducing extreme poverty in one generation.